okay 8-bit Fredbear in FNaF World mobile is goddamn amazing
I wish I could screenshot it, but this phone is relatively new and I’m still figuring it out, but when it he turned all glitchy he said “OOH it’s creepy 8-bit Fredbear again!! When someone comes to my door and I don’t want to talk to them I just answer it like this” and that was it, nothing about clocks or minigames
I don’t care what anyone, including Scott, says about this game, I love it so
I grew up on the ZX Spectrum side of the European home computer divide in the 80s, so I really shouldn’t be posting about this shitty machine … but well, that was 30 years ago, so nowadays we can learn to enjoy weird double pixels, earth-tone palettes and inarguably better sounds chips across the enemy lines.
The Commodore Story is a combo of a 2h documentary and a 50-page book that you can support on Kickstarter. WavemStudios, the production company behind the project, has had some shaky past on Kickstarter so far, but the new campaign seems to be taking off fine and has already reached the main goal.
The memory is still so vivid: He catches a glimpse of his reflection in that terrible place. The man looking back is not Joseph. Something sinister, something broken, lingers in his eyes. He smiles wide, mocking the detective.
I’m coming for you, Joseph. You can’t run.
“Not… anymore.” Years have been since his time in STEM, but that doesn’t mean Joseph’s free. Each night he’s plagued by nightmares and although they cannot hurt him, he feels drawn to the edge. How long before he takes the plunge?